Believe in your quirks guys x

My fashion choices when I were younger are jokes but I have to own it. To me I was stepping! I used to love jeans in every colour but blue, the biggest earrings my lobes could handle, clashing prints and refusing to match my socks. I needed to always look like I stepped out of a 90s RnB music video!

I went through a bit of an identity crisis as I felt my individuality had to suffer for me to ‘look my age’. But when I sight style QUEENS like Teyana Taylor and Tracee Ellis Ross it means that’s bologna! Teyana stays giving us smexcii tomboy and that’s a whole bit of me!

I think we should all stand in our style convictions. If you are giving us a pastel lemon coloured linen suit then sir WORK THAT SUIT! If you are convinced you look good in croc effect church shoes on a Friday night at the clurb, then who are me to judge? What can a next man say? I admire ‘regular’ people who don’t dress according to what you expect. A 47 year old mother with a green afro is getting her life so mind your business.

Something isn’t too right if the amount of grey tops I own is now hitting 5 😳. Quirk will have to make some kind of a comeback because life is too short.